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Social Recruiting: Twitter Recruitment Tips

Posted on 10th January, by Sara Thompson in blog. No Comments

Social Recruiting

Tips to recruit with Twitter

As a Recruitment Advertising Agency we’re keen to stay ahead of the latest recruitment advertising trends and the adoption of social recruitment is only set to increase.

Twitter has over 500 million registered users, or in other words 500 million potential candidates. That’s a huge pool of people right at your fingertips and for free. So with that in mind surely there should be at least a couple of potential new recruits.

Twitter Recruitment: 5 Top Tips

1) Hashtags are a great way to source potential candidates; search hashtags related to your industry to find candidates and use hash tags such as #jobs #industrykeyword #location to enable candidates to find you.

2) Get savvy: Share posts in one simple click across all your social media accounts with tools like HootSuite and Tweet Deck.

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A different type of Jobsite

Posted on 31st October, by Sara Thompson in blog. No Comments

Ever thought of advertising a job vacancy on Overlooked Talent? Have you even heard of the Overlooked Talent jobsite?

Overlooked Talent is a jobsite that assists offenders and ex-offenders in the recruitment process, helping them find and apply for employment.

The Overlooked Talent jobsite plays an active role in encouraging the recruitment of ex-offenders and matching them with employment opportunities. Overlooked Talent challenges the preconceptions many recruiters hold about these groups by breaking down the employment barriers that offenders currently face, by providing a platform for employers to have contact with ex-offenders.

A growing body of evidence suggests that employer discrimination is a key barrier contributing to the marginalisation of offenders in the labour market. There are 7.3 million people in England and Wales on the Home Office Offenders Index; a huge potential talent pool that is currently being overlooked by employers.

Overlooked Talent …